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YearTitleJournalAuthorsApplication(s)
2007Phosphatase Assays Using Ligated Phosphoprotein Substrates.Nature Protocols Sun, L., Ghosh, I., Kochinyan, S.and Xu.M.Q.
2007Design and Use of Ligated Phophoproteins: Study of Protein Phosphatases by Dot Blot Array, ELISA and Western Blot Analysis.MethodsSun, L., Ghosh, I., Barshevsky, T., Kochinyanm, S.and Xu, M.
2007Design, preparation and use of ligated phosphoproteins: A novel approach to study protein phosphatases by dot blot array, ELISA and Western blot assaysMethodsSun, L., et al.
2013High-resolution enzymatic mapping of genomic 5-hydroxymethylcytosine in mouse embryonic stem cellsCell RepSun Z, Terragni J, Borgaro JG, Liu Y, Yu L, Guan S, Wang H, Sun D, Cheng X, Zhu Z, Pradhan S, Zheng Y
2014Probing homodimer formation of epidermal growth factor receptor by selective crosslinkingEur J Med ChemSun X, Dusserre-Bresson F, Baker B, Zhang A, Xu P, Fibbe C, Noren CJ, Corrêa IR Jr, Xu MQ
2008 Stable isotope labeling of protein byKluyveromyces lactis for NMR studyJ. Biomol NMR.Sugiki, T. Shimada, I. and Takahashi H.
2008 Ribosomal Synthesis of N-Methyl Peptides  J. Am. Chem. Soc. Subtelny. A. O.,Hartman, M. C. T., and Szostak, J. W.
2015The diversity of Bet v 1-specific IgG4 antibodies remains mostly constant during the course of birch pollen immunotherapyJ Allergy Clin ImmunolSubbarayal B., Schiller D., Möbs C., Pfützner W., Jahn-Schmid B., Gepp B., Breiteneder H., Vieths S., Bohle B.
1994Crystallization and Preliminary X-ray Analysis of Restriction Endonuclease BamHI-DNA Complex.J.Mol.Biol.Strzelecka, T., Newman, M., Dorner, L.F., Knott, R., Schildkraut, I., and Aggarwal, A.K.
20115-Hydroxymethylcytosine is associated with enhancers and gene bodies in human embryonic stem cellsGen. Biol.Stroud, H., et al.